Panasonic, Toshiba and Apple issue global recalls of laptop accessories Panasonic Panasonic is recalling the rechargeable battery pack sold with certain models of its CF-S10 ruggedised laptop, over concerns it could cause the device to catch on fire.
Telstra has overtaken Woolworths as Australia's most valuable brand, according to independent brand valuation company Brand Finance.
Google parent company, Alphabet, briefly overtook Apple last week as the two companies traded places as the world's most valuable company.
Apple has recalled millions of wall plug adaptors worldwide due to a small risk of electric shock should the product be broken.
The European Court of Human Rights has set an interesting precedent for workplace internet use by ruling in favour of a company that accessed its employee's personal online communications.
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Microsoft will replace 285,000 power cords in Australia, free-of-charge. The replacement comes after last week's announcement of a global recall of the AC power cords for the Surface Pro, Surface Pro 2, and Surface Pro 3 purchased prior to July 2015.
Apple has admitted the battery meters in the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus are unreliable and can display higher battery levels than they actually have.
VoicePlus and Telstra have deployed a mobile router solution for Specialty Fashion Group's (SFG) 900+ retail stores. The solution has resulted in 40% savings on the ICT connection costs for each site.
Wearable technology such as Apple's iWatch, Samsung's Galaxy Gear smartwatch, Google Glass, and a plethora of fitness bands are starting to make inroads in the consumer market but how - if at all - could wearable devices be relevant in the workplace?